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Campaign 2008 / New Hampshire #881769

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 06, 2008
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(Studio: Lester Holt) The countdown to the primaries in New Hampshire introduced; findings of the MSNBC/McClatchy Poll on the Democratic leaders outlined on screen.

(New Hampshire: Lee Cowan) The Democrats in New Hampshire, where Senator Barack Obama is now the front runner, featured; campaign and debate scenes shown. [Senator Hillary CLINTON - raises questions about Obama and change; campaigns on "change."] [John EDWARDS - criticizes Clinton.]

(New Hampshire: Kevin Corke) The campaigning by Edwards and Obama featured; details given about the Obama endorsement from former Senator Bill Bradley. [OBAMA - campaigns on what we can accomplish.]

(Manchester: Andrea Mitchell) The Clinton campaign featured. [In interview in Nashua, CLINTON - talks about the Clinton years of the 1990s and the role in the campaign for daughter Chelsea.]

(Studio: Lester Holt) The findings of the MSNBC/McClatchy Poll on the Republican leaders noted.

(Manchester: Ron Allen) The Republican campaign in New Hampshire in a race that has gotten very personal examined; details given about the resentments; political ads shown. [Mitt ROMNEY - campaigns on change.] [In the debate, Senator John McCAIN - jokes about Romney and change.] [McMahon, Squier, Lapp and Associates Steve McMAHON†- calls it a "death match" in New Hampshire.] [On "Meet the Press," McCAIN - says Romney changes his positions.] [Republican strategist Mike MURPHY†- assesses the view of Romney.] The campaigns of Mike Huckabee and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani mentioned.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Manchester: Kelly O'Donnell) The goals of the Huckabee campaign in New Hampshire after his Iowa victory reviewed.

(Studio: Lester Holt; New Hampshire: Tim Russert) The role of swing voters in New Hampshire, the support of the youth vote for Obama and the older vote for Clinton and the importance of the Iowa "bounce" for Obama and McCain discussed; poll findings on independent support for Obama over Clinton and for McCain cited.

(Studio: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(New Hampshire: Tom Brokaw) The perspective of New Hampshire Republican voter Mike Quinlan, who was first interviewed eight years ago, updated; details given about his vote for President Bush in 2000 and 2004. [This week, QUINLAN - says everybody has a tough road; states we need to send people who will get stuff done rather than just fighting.]

Holt, Lester;
Cowan, Lee;
Corke, Kevin;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Allen, Ron;
O'Donnell, Kelly;
Russert, Tim;
Brokaw, Tom

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